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The Buzz: Former Circuit City building leased

Building has been vacant since the chain closed in 2009

May 10, 2013
 
Grand Chute's Circuit City has been vacant since the entire chain was liquidated in 2009.
Grand Chute's Circuit City has been vacant since the entire chain was liquidated in 2009. / Maureen Wallenfang/Post-Crescent Media

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The former Circuit City building at 4635 W. College Ave. in Grand Chute as been leased. It’s been vacant since March 2009 when the entire Circuit City chain was liquidated under bankruptcy.

Sears Outlet signed a lease to take over the 45,000-square-foot building.

“The opening is slated for the third quarter,” said Sears Outlet spokeswoman Candice Hudson. “It will carry the full selection of Sears Outlet merchandise.

Go to www.searsoutlet.com to see the range, including discounted appliances, electronics, lawn and garden equipment, apparel, mattresses, sporting goods and tools.

“The new Sears Outlet will give customers in-store and online access to new, one-of-a-kind, out-of-carton, discontinued, obsolete, used, reconditioned, overstocked and scratched and dented products,” she said.

The building is owned by Commercial Horizons. Over the last four years, the building had been used occasionally for short-term or non-profit events.

—Maureen Wallenfang: 920-993-1000, ext. 287, or mwallenfang@postcrescent.com; on Twitter @wallenfang

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